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Twenty-eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time

October 15

Invitation to the Feast

Twenty-eighth Sunday
in Ordinary Time

GOSPEL VIDEO: Matthew 22: 1-14
INTERPRETATION: Parable 2.0 wedding feast of the king

WORD

Pray the Scripture for this Sunday. Click HERE then scroll down to today’s date for a video reflection.
Contemplate the Gospel with lectio divina.

Prepare families or groups for these readings. Learn more about this Sunday.
Also see reflections, sermons, and images.

WORSHIP

ENTRANCE ANTIPHON
If you, O Lord, should mark iniquities,
Lord, who could stand?
But with you is found forgiveness,
O God of Israel.
Psalm 130: 3-4

RESPONSORIAL PSALM: Psalm 23

HYMNS FOR TODAY:
♦  Here I Am, Lord
♦  Come to the Water
♦  In the Breaking of the Bread
♦  We Come to Your Feast

COMMUNION ANTIPHON
The rich suffer want and go hungry,
but those who seek the Lord lack no blessing.
Cf. Psalm 34: 11

WORLD

Send an e-card. Find activities, prayers and recipes HERE. Print a coloring page.

Listen to I Cannot Come to the Banquet. Watch a contemporary take on Jesus’ parable.

HERE I AM, LORD was written and composed by Dan Schutte, based on Isaiah 6. One of Dan’s many contributions to contemporary American Catholic music, this song has been with us since 1981, yet has become such a favorite that many count it among our “traditional” hymns. It expresses a willingness to hear and answer God’s call, to live out the mission entrusted to us.
You can enjoy a little hymn karaoke. Here’s a jazz interpretation.

POPE FRANCIS: God’s Invitation is Universal

VIDEOS
ADULTS: Prepare Me, Lord (A Prayer)
CHILDREN: Kidz Church: The Great Banquet
YOUTH: The Parable of the Wedding Banquet

SONG OF SENDING:
We are sent out to do God’s work, singing We Are the Light of the World.
Our light may begin as a dim glimmer, but it grows to fill the world with the light of Christ. In Fiat Lux (Let There Be Light) by French Romantic composer Théodore Dubois, the “light” that we hear begins with soft string sounds and brightens gradually to display all the resources of the instrument.

 

 

 

 

Details

Date:
October 15
Event Category:

St. Jude Catholic Church
2130 Pemberton Drive
Ft. Wayne, IN 46805
(260) 484-6609

St. Jude Catholic School
2110 Pemberton Drive
Ft. Wayne, IN 46805
(260) 484-4611

Parish Office Hours
8 am - 4 pm Mon-Fri

Music Ministry
(260) 484-6609